Israel-based Ando-Studio, designed this industrial loft out of a desire to create an open and eclectic free space, with plenty of attention paid to detail. The material palette consist mostly of wood, silver metal and glass. All combined to make the ultimate industrial loft.
When you’re a designer, decorating your home should be easier, right? Johanne Riss apparently had made herself a great home. Maybe you can catch some of her tricks to your own home. As Joanna took over the old warehouse in Brussels in 1989, she laid out to give the whole building a uniform white paint.
If you are a budding photographer, filmmaker, or just like lofts, this is a place to rent that will not leave you indifferent, especially if you love red and white. With its glass roof and exposed timbers, this contemporary loft has kept the industrial spirit of the place while modernizing it.
Another great example that lofts can not only be found in the likes of New York. The project by D3A, a Czech interior design consultancy turned an industrial space on two levels to a home, cultivated by cleverly chosen color scheme, lighting and furniture.
LÃ¡zaro Rosa-ViolÃ¡n describes himself as an â€˜urban archaeologistâ€™ and â€˜style hunterâ€™. His studio has been published a few times, but every time I see his work, I am stopped dead in my tracks. The studio, Contemporain, consists of LÃ¡zaro and his team of eight interior, industrial, and graphic designers.
Designed by Kelly Reynolds for a bachelor client, this 1921 warehouse located in Vancouverâ€™s Yaletown district was converted to condo lofts in 1996. Renovated in 2009, Reynolds worked with the client and brought back that original warehouse feel but with some big city polish to it.